The Quad Cities doesn’t let a holiday go by without some special events, and New Year’s Eve is not an exception. The close of the old year and the beginning of the New Year brings exciting and affordable events and hotel packages.
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There are 6 less days between Thanksgiving and Christmas this year, and everyone has been itching to turn on the holiday lights. Well…the lights are definitely on now so plan your driving tour and December nights at these popular Quad Cities locations. Or book a light tour with a local limo or trolley company.
If you’re looking for places this month to take your kids to talk to Santa, share Christmas wishes, and get some pictures, here is a list of places to add to your schedule!
These places are open for Thanksgiving dinner so you don’t have to cook on Thursday, November 28, 2019!
With a long holiday weekend it’s a great time to get away and enjoy the Quad Cities! Here are the top 8 events to check out after you’re done with the big turkey dinner.
Throughout November and December, the Quad Cities has wonderful events and performances to celebrate the holidays. Plan your holiday getaway in the area around one or more of these events!
The Rock Island Gran Prix is happening August 31-September 1 in downtown Rock Island. Kart racing is where IndyCar, Formula 1 and some NASCAR drivers learn their race craft so you may be watching motorsports starts of the future racing through downtown city streets one inch off the ground at speeds up to 80 MPH. Event includes vendors, car show, nightly outdoor concerts and other activities downtown. Event features 16 feature races with practice and heat races Saturday and Finals on Sunday.
It’s the last hurrah of summer! What are your plans for Labor Day Weekend? We have some ideas for you.
It’s going to be a Red, White, and Blue long weekend in the Quad Cities with many patriotic events to celebrate including a lot of fireworks!
Most of us have heard of Alexander Hamilton, whether it was in history class or from the very popular Broadway musical. He was a U.S. founding father and the first Secretary of the Treasury in the country. Admittedly, our current interest in him was pretty much non-existent until Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical on the historical figure became a great obsession. But while we’re singing along and watching the story play out on the stage, it’s important to differentiate the fact versus fiction portions of the show — something Miranda notes himself in his own reflections of his masterpiece. The truth in history and the passion for Hamilton’s life is coming to Moline Public Library this summer.